- Improve your Track & Field coaching!
- Learn from Mark Stanbrough!
- Take your team to the next level!
- Learn from the best, to become your best!
with Mark Stanbrough, Ph.D.;
professor in the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation at Emporia State University;
former head men's and women's cross country/track and field coach at Emporia State (1984-1992), led the women's cross country team to a runner-up finish at the 1986 NAIA national meet; Level I and II USATF certified coach
Running Games for Track and Field & Cross Country is divided into eight categories of running: Icebreaker and Team Building, Warm-up and Cool-Down, Tag, Relay, Running, Fartlek, Distance, and Specific. Each of the eight categories describes 20 main games and numerous variations, making a total of more than 500 games presented in Running Games for Track and Field & Cross Country that will provide fun and fitness through running!
The number one reason people participate in athletics is to have fun! The challenge lies in making running fun. It is the motivation and enthusiasm toward running that Running Games for Track and Field & Cross Country addresses. The many ideas and workouts are designed to increase motivation and develop a positive attitude towards running. Some of the running activities presented are old games that have been played for years. Other running activities are modified from games with a running component added. Still other running activities presented are new activities that specifically develop the training component, techniques and tactics involved in the development of a runner.
132 pages. 2014.Track & Field Videos